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Meta coins are just another name for altcoins that are issued on the ledger of another coin or cryptocurrency platform. IE Ripple, Mastercoin, Ethereum, NXT are example of standalone blockchains/legers where you can issue new coins that transact on top of that network. metacoins can also be re...

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I use www.coindesk.com + search YouTube for "bitcoin 2013". There's everything from the talks at Bitcoint 2013 conference to podcast interviews with lead engineer. Also, there's 3 amazing Clarity experts who can shed some light.

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I've been into bitcoin since 2011, and here's my brief take on where the opportunity lies. - Mining: Bitcoin mining is too difficult unless you invest a significant amount of money into it, think over $10,000 ... and it only becomes profitable if the price of bitcoin does another 10X (which it m...

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I've been running a bitcoin only e-commerce business for 6 months now. Previous currencies might have involved cryptography, but not to the extent that Bitcoin employs it. What is special about it, is that the cryptographic schemes behind Bitcoin allows it to be DECENTRALIZED. There is no co...

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I understand your doubts. I had them too until I learned a little of how it works and then I saw several real opportunities for Bitcoin to be used. I wrote a post on it with one example that can maybe help you understand: https://medium.com/@JDcarlu/on-bitcoin-south-america-a080fe17179e

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Although it appears to be semantics, it does make quite a big difference for a cryptocurrency as to whether it’s a coin or a token. A “coin” has an entirely different blockchain from all the other coins that are out there while a “token” is built upon an existing blockchain project. A “coin” is...

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